Papillon 911 Rescue and Adoption, Inc.
Marietta, GA 30067-7150
Bookmark and Share
Member Login


 Remember Me




View our List of Dogs

Meet Our New Arrivals


Shopping Mall


500 Rescues











 My Rescue

  My Options
  Change Password



  Surrender Form
  Vet Records Release



2017 1 Amazon









































Powered by
Rainbow Bridge 2010
The Rainbow Bridge

There's a bridge connecting Heaven and Earth. It is called the Rainbow Bridge because of it's many colors. Just this side of the Rainbow Bridge is a land of meadows, hills, and valleys with lush green grass. When a beloved pet passes, the pet goes to this place. There is always food and water and warm spring weather. Old and frail animals are made whole. They play all day with each other. There is only one thing missing. They are not with that special person who loved them so much on earth. But the day comes when one suddenly stops and looks into the distance. His bright eyes are intent; His eager body quivers. Suddenly he begins to run from the group, flying over the green grass, his legs carrying him faster and faster. You have been spotted, and when you and your special friend finally meet, you cling together in joyous reunion, never to be parted again. The happy kisses rain upon your face; your hands again caress the beloved head, and you look once more into the trusting eyes of your pet, so long gone from your life but never absent from your heart. Then you cross Rainbow Bridge together for eternity... -Anonymous
A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z
Click a letter to find an animal or view all.

 Next Page »

Precious little Abby was turned into a vet to be euthanized when she was too old to continue to have puppies. She was eleven years old and had recently had a litter, according to the vet. She was about 3.5 pounds, blind and deaf, according to the vet. Lyn got her and her daughter Sweetie from the vet. Sweetie was 9 years old and was also used as a puppy making machine. Sweetie was adopted through Pap911 to a wonderful lady. Abby was adopted by Lyn and John. The day that Abby came to the Marietta Dog House, she could only take a step or 2 before falling. Her muscles were so atrophied that she could barely walk. After good food, lots of love and exercise, Abby was walking all over the house and yard. It was also obvious that Abby was not deaf (maybe a little hard of hearing). Abby had just stopped reacting to sound until Lyn and John came into her life. She loved Lyn more than she loved any living creature in the world. Abby had so much love to give and I feel very privileged that she gave so much love to me. I wish that you all could have known Abby personally. Abby has been ill the last few weeks diagnosed with a cancer in her intestinal system. Lyn and John had been feeding her with a dropper while she was lying in their arms. Lyn just called me and told me that Abby died today. I know that she is running, jumping, seeing, hearing, playing and pain-free at Rainbow Bridge, but that does not stop my tears from falling while I write this e-mail.

Angel May
Angel May was stillborn on April 23, 2006 after her mom suffered complications during birth due to overbreeding. Our precious little Angel never got the chance to take her first breath but she was greatly loved and her loss is felt by her two legged family and her four legged family. She is burried by the flowers in our garden next to the yard where her mom and two living siblings will play in the sunshine, free from the horrors of the puppy mill where she was conceived. We love you angel. We'll see you again.

Aura's Puppies
On 7/26/2008 Pap911 rescued another little lady from the horrors of Puppy Mill life. Neither the miller or Pap911 new that this little lady, named Aura, was pregnant at the time. On 9/22/08 Aura gave birth to 4 puppies. One was still born and over the next 4 days the surviving puppies also passed on to the Rainbow Bridge. These babies never had a chance to open their eyes and see the world. Aura had been bred so many times at the hands of the Puppy Mill that this litter of puppies did not stand a chance. They will get to open their eyes at the bridge and play with all the other fur babies that are there too.

Amy-Angel went to Rainbow Bridge on 7/2/05. There are no words that can describe how we feel - you had to have met her -she was so tiny - but somehow she radiated something that made everyone notice - I kept trying to capture a bit of her grace and classiness - that haunting, other-worldly expression in her eyes in my pictures - and that beautiful loving smile that she had - and her wonderful disposition - always, everything she did was trying to please and be helpful....I always called her my "borrowed angel". Elke,Donn, Mickey, Mindy and especially Lexy (Camilla) ...who really misses Amy-Angel

Our journey with Andre began in May of 2006. From the very start, Andre was an overwhelming presence in our life. He came to us with a charming personality and a fighting spirit that was unbelievable. Starting with the first time we gave him a bath and he tried to take us out. To the time he came out of the first horrifying series of seizures we witnessed and he tried to take out the doctors who were working to keep him alive. The Lange Animal Hospital staff dubbed him "the dog from hell". In the almost 2 1/2 years he was with us Andre spent a lot of time at the Lange Animal Hospital. They watched his miraculous changes daily and weekly. They grew to love him so much that when I would go to get him after what ever procedures they needed to do on him, it wasn't a matter of sending someone to get him out of a cage. It was a matter of finding the person who was carrying him around. Often it was Dr. Randy Lange himself. Already, I miss the little pats on the cheek in the middle of the night when he needed to go outside. And times he would wake me up at 2 or 3 A.M. thinking it was time to play. I would be so happy to find he wasn't getting sick and so angry because he wouldn't let me sleep. He would wiggle on his back with all four legs kicking and nibble on my fingers until he relaxed and fell back to asleep. The next thing I would know it would be 6 A.M. and I was being ordered to get up and feed him. Yesterday I was a total basket case, today until now I was doing just fine. We are so grateful for all of you're loving thoughts and prayers. Thank you all. Judy C. Knoxville, TN Tara, Trinket, Shadow (Precious), & Andre

 Next Page »

Click a letter to find an animal or view all.
A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z


Please visit our Shopping Mall



Your generous donations make it possible for us to help more Papillons in need of forever homes. 

Thank you for your help




Ebay Store Logo